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The Misadventures Of Buster Keaton




A real curiosity in the Buster Keaton canon: “The
Misadventures of Buster Keaton” was a theatrical film cobbled together from episodes of “Life with Buster Keaton,” a very-early ‘50s US TV
program. In it, he portrayed the owner of a sporting goods store who
moonlighted as a community theater’s “managing director, leading man and star.”

 “Misadventures” was released apparently only in Europe, as a
means to capitalize on Keaton’s continuing popularity there. Many of the gags
in the show were lifted wholesale from other Keaton movies – such as the “falling
wall” stunt from “Steamboat Bill Jr.”



Audio/Visual sound, color


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